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In the estimation of this reviewer, the authenticity promised by a framework that espouses historical reenactment requires a scholarly reproduction of the views and orientations offered by those practicing thespians who create and relive the passion through pageantry and performance.
For your friends' coffee tables: Relive the 1970s with the photos and stories in Bar Mitzvah Disco (Crown, $23.
The book does not try to explain suffering but to recreate and commemorate it, to relive the tragedy so that disobedience will not happen again.
YOU'VE seen the film King Arthur starring the likes of Ioan Grufudd and Clive Owen - now it's time to relive the legends.
RELIVE THE MOMENT: In the Elizabeth I Poster Suite at the Crown Hotel in Amersham, Bucks (0870 400 8103), where Charles and Carrie spent their first night together.
Former members are invited to relive their FFA experience at www.
The bad news is that Joel gets stuck in his teen body and has to relive life with his hilariously dysfunctional family.
If you could relive an experience, what would it be?
There are places worth revisiting not to relive joyful memories, but to allow for the catharsis that comes from exposing festering wounds so that cleansing, and perhaps healing, can begin.
Relive the alchemical magic in Morgan's accompanying catalogue.